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another run at hosting the summer olympics. right now the u.s. olympic committee is looking for potential seattles for the 2024 games. according to the media partner, the committee is showing interest in 35 cities nationwide including baltimore. they made an unsuccessful bid to cohost the 2012 olympics with washington d.c. >>> security breach, the chinese army is tied to a massive cyber spying campaign, the critical u.s. secrets that may be at risk. >>> shopping, slapped, the man accused of assaulting a toddler on board an airplane finally responds to the allegations. >>> plus, the luck runs out for a pair of lottery winners when they nearly blow up their own home. >>> windy and cold weather headed our way. i'm bob turk. i'll have the complete first warning forecast coming up next. >>> complete coverage continues with denise koch, vic carter, kai jackson, and first warning weather with bob turk and sports with mark viviano. it's wjz, maryland's news station. there is no mass-produced human. so we created the extraordinarily comfortable sle
claims he and his team, owe more than $30 million, in sponsorship money. the u.s. postal service paid lance armstrong millions to wear its logo. now the government wants that money back. the justice apartment accuses the cyclist of defrauding the postal service. the cyclist denied drug accusations when he road for the postal team but last month he admitted to oprah winfrey he doped his way through seven titles. >> i have used this situation as one big lie i repeated a lot of times. >> reporter: he was in settlement negotiations with government lawyers but talks broke down because the two sides were tens of millions of dollars apart. in a statement the justice department says and i quote lance armstrong and his team took more than 30 million from the u.s. postal service based on their contractual promise to play fair and abide by the rules including those rules against doping. but armstrong's attorneys say their client's drug use did not damage the postal agency and may have benefited it by $100 million. armstrong said he will not talk to u.s. anti
of the united states. >> president obama tells the joint session of congress the u.s. economic recovery is well underway. >> the state of our union is stronger. [ applause ]. >> the president focused on the middle class and millions of americans still looking for work. >> it is our unfinished task to make sure that this government works on behalf of the many and not just the few. >> gun laws were also a theme of the night. the first lady and members of congress invited victims of gun violence to join them in the chamber. the president outlined his plan to bring 34,000 troops home from afghanistan by this time next year. that's half of the u.s. force there. >> after a decade of grinding war, our brave men and women in uniform are coming home. >> and tonight the senator mark rubio responded saying president obama's plans would be worse not better for small businesses and the middle class. >>> a hartford county school employee is accused of having sex with 15-year-old boy while she was a teaching assistant. investigators say they had sex in her car and the boy's driveway. a number of nude pictures
, and private businesses are exploring their use in the u.s. could these eyes in the sky see more than they're supposed? mike reports on who's watching you and who's trying to stop them. >> reporter: this is the smoldering wreckage after a navy drone costing more than $170 million crashed last year during a test flight on maryland's eastern shore. for many, it was the first time they'd even heard the powerful aircraft with no one in the cockpits were flying above us. from the atlantic coastline to neighborhoods across the state. >> there's no stopping this technology. anyone who thinks they can put this benie back in the box, that's silliness. >> reporter: they've used unmanned aircraft in hot spots around the world. war-time technology is coming home from highways to your neighborhood, thousands of drones are doing everything from keeping an eye on the weather to helping police keep an eye on you. >> you have men and women looking at monitors that are providing control signals through the network to antennas on the unmanned vehicle. >> reporter: this is
. >> reporter: would you imagine it would be $4? >> no, no, not at all. >> reporter: u.s. oil production is the highest in years there's not enough working refineries and growing demand for oil in china are huge factors. >> the price spike at the pump is the result of crude oil prices that are trading around the 95 to $97 barrel range. that's about 10% a barrel more than mid-december. >> reporter: many drivers say it's a wake-up call. >> the more expensive gas is the more interest people have of not using much. >> reporter: the average house hold had spend $3,000 on gas heen this year. that's 4% of their income. . >> an example of growing demand, the number of cars in china has tripled in the last few years. >> performances dominated the grammy awards. some of the acts wowed the crowd along with one big comeback performance. . [ singing ]. >> taylor swift kicked off the night's performances, adele took home the first award for best pop solo performance. miranda lambert, and kelly clarkson paid tribute to patty paige. >> facebook was full of comments, good bad indifferent. >>> the blast a
. >>> deadly storms, a massive blizzard claims the lives of several in the u.s. tonight the after math and clean up only beginning in the northeast. >>> just huge piles of snow, good evening everyone and thank for joining us i'm adam may. that storm dumps a record amount of snow and millions of people are digging out from several feet. marley hall has the latest from are hartford connecticut. >> reporter: road crews are working around the clock to clear streets, several states have lifted travel bans and airports are reopening, but it's taking a lot of work. >> everything's crazy since last night. >> reporter: a massive winter storm dumped more than 3 feet of snow in some places. new york's long island was one of the hardest hit. the heavy wet snow was too much for this home. >> i was out shoveling the walk and i looked over and i saw the roof begin to collapse. >> reporter: and firefighters had to rescue dozens of people trapped on local roadways all night! put on the three layers of clothing i brought and put some blankets over me and went to slee
that business you face a mandatory minimum 10 years in federal prison. >>> the u.s. attorney says the men faced their prostitution ring out of this former warehouse. and it is a crime simmons faced before. back in 2010, baltimore county detectives responded to a prostitution ad posted by simmons. he received a 1-year probation and a fine. but he kept his job. now, his office is aggressively pursuing sex trafficking crimes, especially those involving teens and children. >> in a case in which the under age teen appears to be a prostitute or advertised as one, those cases are going to receive the highest priority of attention from the federal government. >> reporter: according to court do you means, simmons posted a $50,000 bond and was released. >> as of tonight he is suspended from the fire department without pay pending an investigation. >>> a standoff comes to an end. a 38-year-old suspect surrenders but not before stabbing a teenager. the standoff lasted 2-1/2 hours at a home in hagerstown. charged with attempted murder. the police say they saw a
about taking performance enhancing drugs. the u.s. anti doping agent ski set today as the day to -- agency set today as the day to testify. armstrong's attorney said his client is only interested in talking to an international tribunal. >>> a mother in new york is facing charges because of the birthday party she threw for her 16-year-old son. she hired strippers to entertain her son and friends at a bowling alley in november. the intimate dances were performed in front of boys as young as 13. the mother is charged with endangering the welfare of a child. >>> the search is on for the owner of a winning mega millions lottery ticket bought here in maryland. where it was sold and more on the excitement surrounding the mystery winner. >> reporter: somewhere in maryland, someone is sitting on a mega million jackpot ticket worth $26 million. this gas station is where it was sold. >> i was shocked. i didn't know it was here. >> i have never been to one of the places that sold anything quite like this. >> reporter: some regulars are wishing they h
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